Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013 - Warsaw Marriott Hotel
Tomasz Borucki Takes Over the Kitchens at Warsaw Marriott Hotel Restaurants

WARSAW, POLAND -- (Marketwired) -- Jul 02, 2013 -- Tomasz Borucki is no stranger to feeding special guests. After starting his career in Warsaw 16 years ago under the guidance of Swiss chef Kurt Sheller, Borucki had his first celebrity diner -- England's Queen Elizabeth II, who was visiting the city in 1996. While his new role as executive chef at the Warsaw Marriott Hotel is still too new to know who'll be sitting at his table, guests of this hotel's Warsaw restaurants can still enjoy the VIP treatment.

After his brush with royalty, Borucki began what would be a long, successful career in hospitality, working in hotels and aboard cruise liners. Coincidentally, he worked aboard the famous Queen Elizabeth II, which circled the world three times with Borucki aboard. Now, he finds himself back in Warsaw and at these luxury accommodations.

"I like fresh and simple cuisine as I am not a revolutionist, but an evolutionist," Borucki says. "I am very happy to be back in Warsaw, Poland where I was born, after several years of gaining experience all over the world. It is a great opportunity to work for such a big company as Marriott. For me, the Warsaw Marriott hotel is one of the symbols of the capitol of Poland."

His experience both in and outside of the kitchen makes Borucki an ideal fit at this hotel in Warsaw, where his new role has him overseeing and mentoring the kitchen crews of all food and beverage outlets including Parmizzano's Restaurant, Lilla Weneda, The Lobby Bar, Panorama Bar & Lounge and the Champions Sports Bar.

Borucki, who holds a chef's diploma from the American Culinary Federation, has led kitchens at a number of five-star hotels in destinations including the Maldives, and has been recognized for his excellence with the 2012 Presidency Award and the Food and Beverage Excellence Award 2011 for outstanding results in the Food and Beverage category of the EAME Hotels.

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Sophisticated and luxurious, the Warsaw Marriott Hotel caters to everyone from executives to those looking for a weekend break. Dining is in the spotlight here, with seven venues offering an array of experiences. Enjoy an elegant Italian meal at Parmizzano's Restaurant; take in the view from the 40th floor at Panorama Bar & Lounge; sample regional cuisine from across Asia at ChopstiX; catch sports on the big screen at Champions; indulge in cakes at Vienna Cafe; pair a good meal with live music at The Lobby Bar and enjoy an international twist on breakfast at Lilla Weneda. In the heart of the capitol's historic district, accommodations offer breathtaking views, Wi-Fi, plush bedding, an LCD TV and coffee/tea maker. Executive rooms include lounge access and upgraded services. Spend a relaxing day visiting the Royal Castle and Saxon Garden, or relax onsite at the fitness center, pool, sauna and Oasis Beauty DAY SPA. Warsaw Marriott Hotel is perfect for meetings, weddings, parties and conferences and offers nearly 28,000 square feet of flexible event space.

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Tomasz Borucki is no stranger to feeding special guests. After starting his career in Warsaw 16 years ago under the guidance of Swiss chef Kurt Sheller, Borucki had his first celebrity diner -- England's Queen Elizabeth II, who was visiting the city in 19

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